In the not-so-distant future, India has fallen, and the world is on the brink of an apocalyptic war.
An attack by the terrorist group Invisible Hand has brutally eliminated the Indian Prime Minister and the union cabinet. As a national emergency is declared, chaos, destruction and terror reign supreme.
From the ashes of this falling world, rises an unconventional hero – a vigilante known only as Kalki. Backed by a secret society called The Rudras, Kalki, along with Nushen, the Chinese superhuman spy, must do the impossible to save his country and the world. But who is Kalki? A flesh and blood crusader with a mysterious past? Or the Messiah the world has been waiting for? The future of human survival depends on a single man!
Will he become the living God prophesied as the last avatar of Lord Vishnu, or will he fade away as an outlaw?
An epic Mythology and Sci-Fi novel that will ignite your imagination. Set in the future, the Last Avatar is written over a fabric of mythology, weaved with threads of Science Fiction, and is filled with tense geopolitical times that truly surround us today.
About the Author:
Vishwas Mudagal is a #1 best-selling author, serial entrepreneur, CEO, angel investor, and a motivational speaker. An alumnus of RV College of Engineering, Bangalore, he is currently the CEO & Co-Founder of GoodWorkLabs, the 3rd fastest growing tech company in India (ranked by Financial Times) and the Co-Founder of GoodWorks CoWork, ranked the #1 coworking space in Bangalore, India.
Writing is his passion, and he has embraced storytelling as his parallel career. Losing My Religion was his debut novel, which went on to become a sensational bestseller and etched his place as a top author and youth icon. Mudagal is a widely followed social media influencer with more than 60 million views on his web series called Ask Vishwas.
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